Here in the Pacific Northwest, as the sun takes its annual rest behind shrouded clouds, we find ourselves in early winter, a time of year when we retreat to our homes and creativity flows over the wood fire. Simone Fischer, a multidisciplinary artist based in Portland, answers the call of
Olivia Watts and Chris Kilgour (alias “Basgetti”), level 7 students of Ideaschool, deliver their selected work to CAN. While life is still very far from our old “normal”, CAN is focused on catching up with the exhibits and events that have been affected by this year’s lockdown. The building was
Click to enlarge Courtesy of Erin Jenkins / BMAC From left to right: “Our unfinished business”, “88” and “Taser” William ransomexposure could make you sneeze. “Keep Up / Hold Up”, on display at Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, has two unexpected olfactory elements: pine tar and burnt wood. Their nose-tickling
Click to enlarge Courtesy of Liza Voll Kirsten Reynolds’ “Overflow” With “Unbound, “at Burlington BCA Center, curator Heather Ferrell has created a remarkably cohesive exhibition of abstract works by Rachel gross, Rob hitzig and Kirsten reynolds. The three artists work in painted wood and reject the rectangular frame, this traditional
We tend to believe that scientific explanations of phenomena are absolutely rational, quantifiable, and reproducible under certain controlled conditions. Yet two exhibitions by Portland-based artists at the Maine Jewish Museum – paintings by Michel Droge in “Deep Sea” and experimental objects from the PSBL collective in “Reflectors, Emitters and Diffusers”
We certainly don’t need another reason to go to Chase’s Daily in Belfast. The food is fresh, healthy and delicious. The market sells the most magnificent, often unusual, produce you will find. But it’s also the home of the Perimeter Gallery, where Freddy LaFage and Karen McDonald put on top-notch
In his new exhibition “Alone In This Together”, now presented at M. David et Cie Gallery, painter Mary DeVincentis expresses the heightened sense of mortality that has resonated throughout the past year of the pandemic. Using mixed media, ranging from flash paint to plastic skeletons, DeVincentis creates poignant narratives drawn
There is a certain amount of energy and movement in all art forms. Theater, dance and music all share clear paths to exuberance and animation. Visual art can also take the form of form and energy. “Afterimages: Geometric Abstraction and Perception,” on display at the Akron Art Museum through Jan.